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knfevg 09-02-2018 07:09 AM

Sleeping in SWB Prado 120
 
Hey there,
for some dumb reason I am planning to take my SWB diesel 120 for a long expedition (sailing the car from Israel to turkey and than driving to armenia, gorgia, Russia and through Europe back to turkey and Israel). I need to find a sleeping arrangements in the car, preferably for 2 people. Ofcourse I can take a tent but would be very happy to have something 'integral' in the car. What would be my options? Are there rooftop tents available for SWB that would actually sleep 2?

my034runner 09-26-2018 07:19 PM

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Originally Posted by knfevg (Post 214990)
Hey there,
for some dumb reason I am planning to take my SWB diesel 120 for a long expedition (sailing the car from Israel to turkey and than driving to armenia, gorgia, Russia and through Europe back to turkey and Israel). I need to find a sleeping arrangements in the car, preferably for 2 people. Ofcourse I can take a tent but would be very happy to have something 'integral' in the car. What would be my options? Are there rooftop tents available for SWB that would actually sleep 2?


Roof top tent would be your best option, unless you were planning on using your rooftop for extra fuel/water, etc.......
There are plenty of options for RTT's out there! We even had one mounted on top of a Rav4, so I'm sure you can get one on top of a short wheel base 120!

007-FJC 10-02-2018 09:01 PM

I sleep in my FJ when I camp. You'll need to slide the front seats forward and use a crate or something to keep a pillow elevated. Not the most comfortable thing ever but you could make it work.

my034runner 10-03-2018 10:32 AM

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Originally Posted by 007-FJC (Post 215117)
I sleep in my FJ when I camp. You'll need to slide the front seats forward and use a crate or something to keep a pillow elevated. Not the most comfortable thing ever but you could make it work.


Ummmm...........I just saw you sleeping in the smallest tent ever!! :P I quit trying to sleep in my034runner once I put my fridge in........


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